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Not Running 2001 accent

I recently accquired a 2001 Accent 1.6L that will not start, If I spray starting fluid in the intake it starts. The ECU was replaced by the old owner, I tested the postive lead going into the fuel pump, it only hass a faint glow on the test light. Can anyone tell me if it is the pump or the ECU?

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Should be 12v there and a good ground test with a meter. Also check the relay to make sure its operating correctly.

Posted on May 26, 2009

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Comment from the FixYa Moderator Staff:

I DISAGREE with the solution provided by Eliase.

You should NEVER spray 'starting fluid' in the engine compartment.

Starting fluid contains ether, and is extremely flammable.

Usage of staring fluid to look for vacuum leaks is a potentially dangerous situation.

I respectfully request that you refrain for using starting fluid.

What you CAN use, however, is a commonly found product, namely carburetor cleaner. This chemical is less flammable, and is used very often in the automotive business. Spray the carb cleaner near the intake manifold(s) where they connect to the block. If the idle changes, you have found the area that needs attention.

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